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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Wednesday doing chores bag took binder of off wagon got load of water frozen pond father went to Tory for line but did not get any but bot hay from Nichol we turned some out. I also paris greening potatoes.

Thursday dressed & took 7-10 train for Hamilton then took Radial can for Beach then boat for Toronto. returned to beach at night.

friday left beach for hamiltion then came home on 8-40 train helped got load of water & helping around barn masons putting in basement floor.

saturday working at barn in a.m drawing gravel.

Sunday at home all day.

monday working at barn

Tuesday drawing gravel went to Rauses mill for lumber got load of hay from david woodworth.

Wednesday moving back hay Father bot load hay cultivating potatoes

thursday paris greening potatoes working berries drawed 3 loads wood for {I inh?} hadgins 7 brought load groceries from station for {Pirei?} also went to mill Fixing pump at day-90 lot.

Friday doing chores cleaning up around barn painting farm doors in afternoon.

Saturday painting barn doors in a.m. doing odd jobs in P.M mother went to Jeans on 4 -15 train.

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